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FOX
Jan 14, 2014 3:30pm PST
throwing rocks going to chase him away. >>> we jump from malaysia over to russia. this car accident already happened, the dash cam video picked up by a third car. apparently there was a collision between the renault that you see in front and a car in front of the renault that was occupied by these two people a man and a woman. and you see the woman in the aqua jacket and you notice the driver's trying to drive away and she's reaching into the car trying to pull the guy out. she falls on her bottom and -- >> oh. >> that's a drag. now you're the guy behind this. has nothing to do with it and your car gets -- >> yeah. >> when she slipped on her bottom the car kind of took off but she was uninjured in this whole thing. >>> it's a roaring house fire, but not your average house fire because you'll see why. how this blaze goes out with a bang. >>> how about a glass of fresh cow urine. >> they are going straight to the source, too. >> why some believe this is a toast to good health. >>> i've got a video here from not your average house fire out of garland county, arkansas, not your average
RT
Jan 14, 2014 6:30pm EST
developments around russia we. covered. join me. for in-depth impartial and financial reporting commentary interviews and much much. only on the best and only. one of the new book the moment a lot of these new policies this time you know you. lead . a pleasure to have you with us here on our t.v. today i roll researcher. lead. lead that was a new alert animation scripts scare me a little league. there is breaking news tonight and we are continuing to follow the breaking news lead the alexander family cry tears of the war and it is great things other than their. regard to the core of what is around a line there's a story made sort of movies playing out in real life. league . it's a classic. did you know the price is the only industry specifically mention in the constitution which says that's because a free and open press is critical to our democracy which recall books. will. never go on i'm sorry and i'm this show we reveal the picture of what's actually going and going to on we go beyond identifying a problem to try to fix rational debate a real discussion critical issues facing america by
CSPAN
Jan 14, 2014 6:00pm EST
between the p-5-plus-1 countries -- those are big countries: the united states, china, russia, the u.k., france, germany -- this agreement freezes iran's nuclear program in place while a comprehensive agreement is negotiated in the next six months. this agreement caps iran's stockpile of enriched uranium at 5%. it stops the production of 20% enriched uranium. it requires the neutralization of iran's stockpile of 20% uranium. it prevents iran from installing additional centestallingaaaddit. it prohibits it from stockpiling excess centrifuges. a understand it halts all work at the iraq heavy-water reactor and prevents iran from construct ago plew to enupreprocessing facility. most importantly, the interim agreement imposes the most intrusive international inspection regime ever. international inspectors will independently verify whether or not iran is complying with the interim agreement. so for the first time, the international atomic energy agency inspectors will have uninterrupted access to iran's enrichment facilities at denans and fordo, centrifuge assembly facilities, and iran's ur
RT
Jan 14, 2014 5:30pm EST
i think. i'm. well. science technology innovation all the latest developments from around russia we've got the future covered. i've got a quote for you. it's pretty tough. stay with substory. let's get this guy like you would smear that guy stead of working for the people most issues the mainstream media are working for each other bribery was visited by . the brother. i'm the president and a society that case i think corporation kind of can. do and the bankers try to top it all about money and fashion i think for a politician writing the laws and regulations. coming out. there is just too much. today's society. that. welcome to the kaiser report imax kaiser sink estates are the u.k. equivalent to american ghettos council states with high levels of economic disadvantage and often blighted by high crime rates but there's a new sort of sink estate in the u.k. and it's not in peckham harleston or gospel oak and though this sink estate is right here in the city of london this moral sink estate is also nurtured by the government dole but rather than locking in high levels of economic d
CNN
Jan 14, 2014 2:00pm PST
after this bill that they have cut the agency by 20% since 2010. how about an entire nation, russia. russia has some things in here that vladimir putin will not like. more missile defense in europe and one last one, this is sort of another unexpected one, painters, portrait artists. this bill would ban the government from paying for any newpo new portraits for officials. at $10,000 a pop, those add up fast. >> the house has to pass it, the senate passes it, and then they'll be in business. lisa, thanks very much. >> you got it. >>> just ahead, explosive remarks by a top israeli official. they are sharply critical and deeply personal. just getting word of an apolog from that israeli. stand by. when jake and i first set out on our own, we ate anything. but in time you realize the better you eat, the better you feel. these days we both eat smarter. and i give jake purina cat chow naturals. made with real chicken and salmon, it's high in protein like a cat's natural diet. and no added artificial flavors. we've come a long way. and whatever's ahead, we'll be there for each other. natural
CNBC
Jan 14, 2014 5:00pm EST
markets like russia, india, mexico and france. melissa, back over to you. >> this is on top of stratasys, coming out with disappointing sales figures. this space, it gets inflated. it gets deflated. >> i'm not saying you short these now or buy them now. we talk about these names all the time. i think the story still makes sense at a certain point. but when you have things like this, and when a stock is down to that -- i don't know where 3d is now. i'm sure that stock is getting whacked, as well. you have to be willing to stomach these moves if you're going to be an investor in these names. it's not going to be straight up in this space. >> time for pops and drops. guy? >> a lousy 2011. 2012. last year was lousy. it finally has a capitulation bottom. hopefully, even with the move i like potash share. >> this is a name that's been in trouble for the last year or so. pop today on better-than-expected revenues. but it just couldn't hold any. the trader in me says get out of this if you're in it. >> pop for maritime, karen? >> when you play the sector, you have to be ready for volatility. 4%
Al Jazeera
Jan 14, 2014 5:00pm EST
russia, the united states, and others in the region. >> reporter: earlier this week kerry and ten other global envoys met over syria's situation in paris. with russia supporting syria as assad and russia backing the opposition coalition, kerry stat down with russian foreign minister. >> we will send signals to all the syrian side for a need of cease-fire. and a need to look at the possibility of exchanging prisoners including civilians. we're working on widening humanitarian access on areas that are currently blocked. >> they agree on three possible confidence building measures including access to humanitarian aid. an example used was the damascus suburb where around 160,000 people are trapped by fighting. prisoner exchange, which the syrian opposition says it's ready to engage in, and regional cease-fire specifically in the war-torn city of aleppo. one issue the u.s. and russia remain divided on is iran's role in the peace talks. as a staunch ally and weapons supplier, iran is a key influence in the syrian conflict by supporting it's own interests there. russia said the iranian d
RT
Jan 14, 2014 5:00pm EST
won't do. science technology innovation all the things to melons from around russia we've got the future covered. i've got a quote for you. it's pretty tough. stay with sob story. let's get this guy like you would smear that guy stead of working for the people both issues the mainstream media are working for each other right right vision. of a good writer.
Bloomberg
Jan 14, 2014 5:00pm EST
her life changed after winning gold. ♪ >> the winter olympic games in russia are only 23 days away. often this is the time when young athletes turn to veterans for guidance. olympic gold medalist picabo street is eager to be heard. here a bloomberg, she discussed the business of skiing, using the games as a platform for social change, and what she thinks is next for gold medalist lindsey vonn. with my colleague. >> how does life change after you win a gold medal? >> your perspective of yourself can change a little bit. you believe in yourself more than you did before. people's perspectives of you change, and something proceeds you into the room. my reputation and mile and a cold metal preceding into the room. -- and my gold proceed me into the room. it adds a wow factor. it can add a disconnect if you allow it to. i have started traveling with it a lot. i take it with me and throw it -- not hopefuls. if you are an olympic hopeful, i will not let you touch it or wear it, it's not the stanley cup. but the moms, i like to say hey, put this on your neck. smile.s me >> lindsey vonn pull
RT
Jan 14, 2014 3:29pm EST
russia we dumped the huge you're covered. and we should. stay on humans. just. can't undo. if it's one. and we have some time. then years later. what's the difference it made no difference for me because i should know. but to make a difference for you. know the playing. field in big spirit travels with the flame from its place in greece. join james brown for an elemental and epic journey around russia and beyond. when you're followed around when you are being investigated because of the whim of someone this is the beginning of the end of your freedom. to save me keenly intercept american citizens. text messages you know. where the calls text messages so you just see everything without my knowledge actually basically and that's all legal absolutely yes when you bareback with the internet your bare back with big brother. speak to language. programs and documentaries in arabic it's all here. from the will talks about six of the interviews intriguing stories are you. trying. to. visit. well i think one of the real turning points was the massacre and we heard about in one nine hundred fifty
RT
Jan 14, 2014 3:00pm EST
air is a ram now with russia in the u.s. presence but washington sending mixed signals about it let's go to hillary mann leverett she's an expert on iran and u.s. foreign policy she says if washington truly wanted to solve the syrian crisis it would take a different approach. what it demonstrates is a real incoherence in strategy and policy coming out of washington out of london out of paris which seeks to somehow not just have a negotiation but to have essentially a table where syria just comes to surrender and that's not something serious going to do that's not something iran is going to support i don't think that's something that russia or the vast majority of countries around the world would support but that is essentially what washington london and paris are trying to do but it ends up being incoherent because it's just not possible when i was at the white house and the state department with the u.s. government i negotiated with the current iranian foreign minister mohammad java has their reach over afghanistan we negotiated with the iranians with the russians very effectively to
FOX News
Jan 14, 2014 11:00am PST
the victim to stop texting before the start of a movie, which led to a fight. in the meantime russia deporting american journalist critical of putin. author banned for five years. it's raising new concerns about freedom of speech in russia ahead of the winter olympics. >>> battery and stalking charges dropped. she was accused of stalking her ex-boyfriend for months and punching him at the gym in february. she did 30 hours of community service and completed anger management counseling. >>> we're awaiting the start of governor christie's state of the state address. as he steps to the podium, the governor's office swirling in scandals including alleged closure of the george washington bridge to get back at a political foe and another over possible misuse of dollars after superstorm sandy. despite scandals, 60% of americans say they haven't changed their opinion of christie while only 16% say they see him less favorably. eric shawn live in trenton, new jersey. eric, what should we expect to hear 30 minutes from now. >> the governor according to remarks released by his office will praise
Al Jazeera
Jan 14, 2014 2:00pm EST
brick nations that is brazil, india, and china and russia. being the r. last year overall car seams dropping and as david chuter reporting breaking into those new markets could be a bumty ride for the big 3. >> as auto sales and brick nation stall the next frontier of emerging markets appeared to be the so called future 15. countries mostly clustered in southeast asia, the middle east, south america and north africa. they boast a combined population of 1.2 billion people, and sales today of 10 million cars a year. expectations of economic growth mean sales could reach 14.5 million by 2020. but winning the race to these new consumers will not come without challenges for the u.s. auto makers. for starters many f othese markets already have established players. >> the government in smaller countries tend to favor local car makers. or big car makers that got in there fast. and have relationships with the government. trench makers dominate, and in south a sha they control 60% of the share. regional leader has even built production facilities locally including malaysia and thailand. toyot
PBS
Jan 14, 2014 10:30am PST
aligned with the paddle to them now. first it's both an american journalists from russia since the cold war find out what prompted my skin to ban the center from the country the move the modified finn giant monsanto has won another battle against american farmers. the us supreme court says the firm can say organic growers if he hears its lab engineered crops even the airfield had been inadvertently contaminated with the santa materials one and john has written that you know he says the company is terrorizing farmers the up the locations of the stark image because paul holds on to live in a statement to the supreme court. a lot recently by saying they never did never will. some farmers for inadvertent use the term is inadvertent. contamination of their few minutes to cost farmers as each miser foreign capital. most often sold as a team of lawyers and cologne and terrorize farmers in the us and canada. when the wind blows the seeds from last on the field across from the moment so the field and says ok yesterday. for science and its image is arguably among the worst in the world was scepti
MSNBC
Jan 14, 2014 10:00am PST
business with them. you've seen reports of russia really wanting to up their supply of iranian oil over this next year. reading articles a french businessman wanting to go there. it's one of those things where the country of its size, once you again let the genie slightly out of the bottle, people are going to be rushing to do business. i think there's a lot of water to go under the bridge here. i think all of us and i stress this strongly to wendy on sunday, we want to see a negotiated settlement and see diplomacy work. the way diplomacy works is ensuring on the front end up structure something that has the ability to work and i think that's where concerns in congress in both sides of the aisle are. >> wendy sherman and deputy secretary of state burns have been the point people under john kerry negotiating all of this. speaking of john kerry, a big flap today. the israeli defense minister has not denied that he slammed kerry, calling him messy and obsessed. other members of the cabinet, including the foreign minister lieberman and netanyahu, at least quoted that way as coming to k
PBS
Jan 14, 2014 10:00am PST
tickets to the winter games in russia it's been confirmed that korea will send for athletes to compete in three luge events. single young will compete in men's singles popped unknown and took them down in men's doubles while some unknown will take part in women's singles. south korea sent us one that week from nz history the twenty ten games in vancouver. now adding to the greatest tiger woods has retained the pga tour's top ranking for the forty third week in a row what secured his spot as the number one golfer in the store with an average of eleven point two six points earned after participating in forty one the band's name although he teamed up with fred couples and stephen gallacher for the champions challenge on the twenty eight as for the twenty fifth anniversary of the dubai desert classic. and coming back combed the korea baseball organization has decided to get rid of the salary cap imposed on foreign players. this comes after a bunch of big signings in the offseason as most revelations that teams have completely disregarded the role in the past. battle the wall for th
FOX Business
Jan 14, 2014 1:00pm EST
keep getting broader and broader and more worldwide. we sold cars last year to russia, the middle east. a lot of cars to europe. so it's a worldwide demand for cars nowadays. >> something else that barrett-jackson pioneered was no reserve auction guaranteeing cars would actually sell and move. with these really seven-figure cars you have reserves. >> yes. >> why have you gone in that direction, especially with the beautiful cars we're looking at right now? >> it is a bit of a safety net. the reserves are what we consider a safe reserve. the misnomer is that we'll take a car, no reserve. we h meeting of the mind with the owner. same with the reserve. but when you're dealing with multiple millions of dollars and one-off cars, some people don't want to risk it. we have to offer both but we truly believe in no reserve. people fly to come and buy a car. they want to know it is for sale. >> craig jackson. as we wrap up here and come back i will give you another shot of this 2008 bugatti. this belonged to simon cowell. we have celebrity cars. >> still belongs to him. >> hopefully will belong
CNN
Jan 14, 2014 10:00am PST
. and one last one, the nation of russia. there are two provisions in this bill that would affect russia. one, this would make it harder for the u.s. to buy weapons from russia, including some controversial helicopters. there are some ways the u.s. could get around that. but also in this bill, this would say that the missile defense shield plan for romania would go ahead. that's fully funded and that's something russia also does not like, wolf. >> tell us why obamacare is both a winner and a loser in this bill. >> reporter: yeah. essentially, obamacare comes up with a draw here. and that's because the obamacare implementati implementation goes forward. it is funded as it was. it does not gain any money, which is what republicans wanted to prevent. but neither does it lose money. and as you know, wolf, that obamacare funding has been the linchpin in so many of these budget battles in the last year. government shut down over that factor. here we are with a giant spending bill and the obamacare implementation funds, as they are now, will go forward. those implementing obamacare say they nee
RT
Jan 14, 2014 1:00pm EST
something iran is going to support i don't think that's something that russia or the vast majority of countries around the world would support but that is essentially what washington london and paris are trying to do but it ends up being incoherent because it's just not possible when i was at the white house and the state department with the u.s. government i negotiated with the current iranian foreign minister mohammad java as the reef over afghanistan we negotiated with the iranians with the russians very effectively choose to deal with the taliban in afghanistan so there's a real track record of the united states being able to work with with iran and with russia on a really difficult problem it doesn't make sense that the united states doesn't want to solicit iran's participation and work with iran on this issue. stories online from. britain go on the cover over the limit to on a website discover hopes to speed to get the green light to put the pedal to the metal plus the expulsion of the american journalist from russia since the cold war . prompted moscow to ban the south of the c
RT
Jan 14, 2014 12:29pm EST
and epic journey around russia and beyond. where i was because. i. right. and i would think that your. orders would. be in the. antonio of funds i was the top man in the golden rice project we asked him why we weren't allowed to film the golden rice harvest. what was wrong with us well. yes yes we received your. requests and our communication related it up twenty we did start with the process of requesting them to end the project the say that it's not that i think it's that it's not the proper time to do it and for what that is on i cannot tell you that we got all the same some golden rice what did you get because that's the secret i'm sure it did not come from the philippines because the philippines is this illegal in the us you don't believe it i don't believe it because there's no way for somebody like you in the media to be holding things like this because our policy is it's very clear in the philippians access the world invited should only be limited to authorize special and i'm not sure they don't have the authorization to have access to the world in the us. so well. can you exp
RT
Jan 14, 2014 12:00pm EST
more about that from us to the first expulsion of an american journalist from russia since the cold war is happy to find out what prompted moscow to david souter from the country. and america's patients with syrian opposition members seems to be wearing thin they're now threatening to rethink their support if its main function decides against attending next week's geneva peace talks and other potential player in the region whose participation in the year two now is a run with russia on the u.n. urging to run its presence but washington still sending mixed signals i spoke to hillary mann leverett snow experts on iran and u.s. foreign policy says if washington truly wanted to solve the syrian crisis it would take a different approach. what it demonstrates is a real incoherence in strategy and policy coming out of washington out of london out of paris which seeks to somehow not just have a negotiation but to have essentially a table where syria just comes to surrender and that's not something serious going to do that's not something iran is going to support i don't think that's somethi
CNN
Jan 14, 2014 9:00am PST
>>> an american journalist is booted out of russia, a reminder of the cold war tensions of the past. was it a visa problem, or because he was critical of president vladimir putin? we're going to hear from that journalist, up next. >>> and new jersey governor chris christie's state of the state speech isn't usually followed so closely. but today the eyes of the nation are fixed on the likely presidential hopeful after his administration's bridge scandal. >>> and french president, francois hollande faces reporters for the first time since he claims he had an affair or claims he had an affair with a french actress. we're going to tell you what he said from paris. >>> welcome to "around the world," i'm suzanne mal crowe malveaux. another school shooting in the united states. unbelievable when you think this could happen again. it has. this time at a middle school in roswe roswell, new mexico. two children taken to a hospital after a report of a shooting at varendo middle school. school public safety officials say it started just after 8:00 local time. we don't know the extent of the inj
FOX News
Jan 14, 2014 8:00am PST
russia with no love. next, the american journalist who say ises he was kicked out of the country because of his long history of critical reporting on the russian government. >> we see a tendency toward a return to cold war tactics and even beyond. óqoqúúÑ@ ♪ ♪ jon: just into the fox newsroom, new jersey's governor, chris christie, going to be making his state of the state address this afternoon in trenton. it's an opportunity for him to talk about things like property tax relief and safer streets, but we are told the governor will address the george washington bridge scandal in that speech. as you know, he's been under the microscope because some of his aides, he says, ordered a political vendetta of sorts against the mayor of fort lee who had not supported him in the election. they closed off the george washington bridge, made a mess of traffic in the his town for four days. governor christie will be addressing that in his state of the state speech this afternoon. jenna: well, right now an american journalist is accusing russia of barring him from reentering the countr
RT
Jan 14, 2014 11:00am EST
his participation is in the area ran with russia at the u.n. urging to runs presence but then washington sending mixed signals later yesterday so well this on the prospects for it hillary mann leverett some a lot an expert on iran and us foreign policy issues in washington either thanks to take the time to be with us from the u.n. secretary general just reiterated his support for a big there he thinks they could be a key player surely that's enough to get them there isn't it all not. well unfortunately at this point it's not at this point both russia and the united states have essentially power on who may attend on which delegates may tenth delegations may attend russia's and the united states. that's right but the united states is not so at this point the united states is blocking iran's participation so will what was the. most of what was the problem. well i don't know if he would he messed up i think what it demonstrates is a real incoherence in strategy and policy coming out of washington out of london out of paris which seeks to somehow not just have a negotiation but to
CBS
Jan 14, 2014 7:00am PST
from around the globe. >>> russia expoleelled an american journalist for the first time since the cold war. today he violated rules for extending his visa but he claims he was told his presence was, quote, undesirable. >>> the detroit news looks at an unusual effort to save the stay's revered art collection. national and local foundations plan to donate $330 million to detroit's pension for public employees. that could stop the sale of works from detroit's art museum because of the city's historic bankruptcy. >> the san jose mercury news says google will buy netlabs, a start startup. the deal is worth $3.2 billion. >>> the los angeles times says directv stopped carrying the weather channel overnight. directv says viewers want a weather service that's not preempted by reality shows but the network claims public safety is threatened. it wants congress to get involved. >>> the omaha world herald says pizza hut will start serving by the slice this week. the chain will test the concept at two locations in nebraska and rhode island. a slice will cost between $2 and $3. notice they're no
RT
Jan 14, 2014 10:00am EST
plus the first six string all american journalists from russia since the cold war find out what prompted moscow to ban david satter from the country. genetically modified food giant when santo has won another battle against american farmers the u.s. supreme court says the firm can sue or getting growers if they use its lab engineered crops even if their fields have been inadvertently contaminated with monsanto materials well a man dollar has written about g.m.o. and he says the company is terrorizing farmers the implications of this are huge because first of all monsanto lied in that statement and the supreme court made a law brazenly by saying they never had it never will sue farmers for inadvertant as the term is inverting. contamination of their fields but they have sued countless farmers percy schmeiser a farmer and cattle that is it is an example of the monsanto has a team of lawyers that go out and terrorize farmers in the us and canada when the wind blows the seeds from a field across to a common sort of feel that says ok you know you have to pay for some one town's as pu
KRON
Jan 14, 2014 7:00am PST
is a mark. so you've all heard of a >>mark: russia has kicked out of u.s. journalist based in moscow and banned him from entering the country. david satter has a working as an adviser to the u.s. government funded broadcaster radio free europe and previously reported for the financial times. satter says he has no idea why he was banned. russia says satter has been expelled because his presence in the country is undesirable. satter says he learned about the ban last month when trying to get a new russian visa. phone companies don't want to change how they collect and store phone records in order to help nsa surveillance programs. president obama is expected to announce friday what changes he is willing to make to the nsa's surveillance practices. his hand-picked review committee has recommended shifting the storage of the phone records from the nsa to phone companies or an along with new legal requirements before the government could search anyone's phone records. phone companies don't want the job and say they would only accept changes if they were legally required. gun control advoc
CSPAN
Jan 14, 2014 10:00am EST
expect to be rich and free, and yet it is. and you look at russia and china, russia and china are resource rich, and they are still well behind where we are. it is not natural resources, although we are greatly and down greatly and out -- endowed as a nation with natural resources. the way i like to put it, economic freedom is the goose that lays the golden eggs. this is the enduring lesson of the last thousand years. we are risking that with moving in the wrong direction, but i want to add on a positive note. i am at optimist, always an optimist, and i believe this is the furthest we have fallen, and i believe as you do, this report in years to come, i think the united states will get into the top 10 for couple reasons. i believe freedom and liberty are kind of in our dna as a nation. i really do. i do not think the american people will continue to tolerate the united states moving away from this. this is why you're seeing a rebellion against obamacare, because americans realize that there is a fundamental freedom that they are giving up with obamacare. i'm optimistic about the c
Al Jazeera
Jan 14, 2014 10:00am EST
later. now let's go to other news from europe. >>> russia has barreded an american journalist from the country for five years, saying he didn't review his visa on time. he traveled out of rush and returned on november 21st, but they say he did not apply for an extension to his visa within the proper time. >>> the uk government says no further action is needed from allegations of hundreds of iraqis who claim they were mistreated by british officers. the defense ministry says the claims are being dealt with. emma has our report. >> reporter: it's more than ten years since this man died trial in british military custody in iraq. an inquiry found that the hotel worker suffered an appalling amount of violence, and only one soldier was convicted over his death. the case was unusual, but there have been subsequent inquiries until allegations of abuse by british forces and the inquiry into his death was shown video of uk troops allegedly using band interrogation techniques. now allegations made by more than 400 iraqis who claim they were also mistreated are being presented to the international
PBS
Jan 14, 2014 7:00am PST
and china or russia. you can also apply for a trip in the north korean embassy in uzbekistan a visa to the country cause seventy five dollars the trip ticket cost more than one thousand euro per person. the latest news is that three got the dogs cuts out that stevie got kate said. and. the two thousand thirteen thousand stones like tea market grew by more than twenty percent and rose to sixty place from the seventy second in the reading of the international telecommunication union which is based on the index of information and communication technologies development the sector was the main driver of growth. thus according to experts the program of e government as well as the launch of informational kazakhstan two thousand twenty program was security thirty percent annual growth in return. you will get the homeland when it will all services are available now online and ordered becoming more and more mobile every day our customers can get all the services needed right now on the mobile phones. so i think that electronic influences would be very useful for business the government still in
RT
Jan 14, 2014 9:29am EST
for an elemental and a big journey around russia and beyond. where are supposed to go. torture sexual abuse and vicious beatings a damning dossier claiming widespread abuse by british troops of hundreds of the rocky detainees is headed to the war crimes tribunal. holding through the violence and gyptian zur deciding on their next cause of tuition image fierce clashes with police as critics warn that a yes result will give immense power to the army and. so there's a no show about food that's the good. it's no laughing matter for france while on battling claims of being an indiscreet cheat while the rest of the country wants to know whether it is finally going to fix france's flaccid finances.
KRON
Jan 14, 2014 6:00am PST
was 2 years old. her mom is her coach who is from russia. other coaches could see early on falling as dedication set her apart. >>: if you practice from 5:00 in the morning to 80 go to school do your homework and then come back for another practice until night guess it's like you can tell she really wanted that. >>: hours of skating every day paulina is also a sophomore in high school at were principle could not be prouder. >>: will have a fun sendoff for does try to work out the details. >>: >>: she skates with our hearts and it. generally expresses herself during that period and inspiration on ice. >>: paulina is one of the faces of the u.s. olympic team. she as i said her veins and fire in her heart three it in san jose justine waldman kron 4 news. >>: and the winter olympics we also got to look forward to. the niners face off against the seahawks for the third time this season. that game 3 thursday at seattle century links filled on sunday. and you're going to want to stay with kron4 for sports night live on thursday night gary radnich is your host for it will preview the nfc c
Al Jazeera
Jan 14, 2014 9:00am EST
. great always to have you guys on the show. >> coming up, is russia undermining the brand new nuclear deal with iran. >> many journalists risk lives to bring back a shocking look at north korea. we'll bring you the foot acknowledge. >> tracking the top stories on the web. what's trending? >> one company is making its illegal for some couples to hold hands in public. that simple sign of affection could carry a 10 year prison sentence. i'll tell you what secretary of state john kerry had to say about that matter. what do you think? check us out on twitter and facebook. activists show the >> just as the historic deal to cap iran's nuclear program is set got to underway, iran and russia reportedly negotiate inge an oil for goods swap that would let iran increase its oil exports substantially in defiance of western sanctions, as president obama threaten to say veto new sanctions gaining momentum in the senate. >> i sent a message to congress that now is not the to him for us to impose new sanctions, now is the time for us to allow the diplomats and technical experts to do their work. >> fo
CNN
Jan 14, 2014 6:00am PST
. journalist kicked out of russia and one of the first such cases since the cold war. >> i really don't have any theories. it doesn't seem to make a lot of sense. >>> up next, russia's reason for booting him and why the country is standing by its decision. hey, the new guy is loaded with protein! really? 25 grams of protein. what do we have? all four of us, together? 24. he's low fat too, and has five grams of sugars. i'll believe it when i -- [ both ] oooooh... what's shakin'? oops. [ female announcer ] as you get older, protein is an important part of staying active and strong. ensure high protein... 50% of your daily value of protein. low fat and five grams of sugars. see? he's a good egg. [ major nutrition ] ensure high protein. ensure. nutrition in charge! [ major nutrition ] ensure high protein. when i first started shopping for a hybrid... i didn't even look at anything else. i just assumed you went and bought a prius. so this time around we were able to do some research and we ended up getting a ford... which we love. it's been a wonderful switch. it has everything that yo
PBS
Jan 14, 2014 5:00am PST
iran and russia on negotiating and wealth that could swell. it is the deal contains the terms of the six month interim agreement washington has voiced concerns with oscar. was another deadline leaving at midnight but missed a democrat and republican negotiators have come up with one which aims to avoid another us government shutdown. the one point one trillion dollar plan to sunday in a post like the film in a tree and domestic programs that helpful obamacare health reforms that thousands had to deal with the mandates the economic instability caused by congress' recent funding of apples the spending measure fills in the details of the budget agreement cost in december and the often mom for the sixteen day shutdown of many government agencies in tampa. an ad that's been making tourism in the us state to meet jessie is at the heart of the federal investigation into the alleged misuse of any bombs. governor chris christie is being accused of using hurricane sunday night before the hour or two which is funny appear. it's the second federal credit facing the republican within a week. all
CSPAN
Jan 14, 2014 8:00am EST
have friendships with russia and china. we need to have friendships with west and a powerful legal event are embarrassed to feel so isolated. he is seen compared to many -- to mahmoud ahmadinejad by have different people i've talked to seen as a better manager. mahmoud ahmadinejad was seen as chaotic incompetent always embarrassing iran with his statements. rouhani is more efficient and his economic management by the market's doing better and currency on the black market. but inflation is down, i believe the exports are up. other indices of good economic management show that he is doing better and that makes him popular so my feeling is even if, and i think robin is right, at a year is the right time horizon to think about how long there is to work on this even if at the end of the year there is a comprehensive deal i don't think the backlash against rouhani would overwhelm him. it might overwhelm the foreign minister but the two were not completely interchangeable. one more interesting thing about rouhani. when i interviewed him in september in new york when he came for the genera
RT
Jan 14, 2014 7:00am EST
. science technology innovation all the list of elements from around russia we've got the future covered. dramas that can't be ignored. stories others refuse to notice. the faces changing the world right now. to picture of the day's news. on demand from around the globe. looking. to fifty. millions around the globe struggle with hunger each good. what if someone offers a lifetime food supply no charge. they can the very strong position against g.m.o. and we think that. the genetically modified products are a priest or tool that there is no. evidence that there is any problem with genetic engineering when you make a deal. or is free cheese always in the most trash i don't believe that that destroyed all four and there are three. kinds of primary market is profit. for social justice golden rice barkeep. right from the scene. of the first tree. and i think the church. on our reporters twitter. and instagram. could be in the know. on the. welcome back to watching our team or national assoon as the national security agency's astonishingly widespread surveillance became public knowledge the wh
KRON
Jan 14, 2014 4:00am PST
skating was it was 2 years old. her mother and her coach was from russia. they considered dedication set her apart. >> if you practice at 5:00 in the morning and then go to school and then come back for another practice. yes, you can tell this a really wants that. >> she is a sophomore in high school. her principal could not be more proud. maligned >> the olympics will be following this first international yvette. those will look up to her fill another metal is definitely in her future. >> she puts her heart into it. she >> she is an inspiration. >> maybe they could do it. >> she is one a one--it has ice in her veins and fire in her art. maligned >> we will be right back. >> welcome back. the board of governors for california's community colleges has voted to establish minimum academic requirements for a popular financial aid program. the program affects students who do not pay regular enrollment fees. under the new rules, students who do not maintain at least a c-average or complete at least half of the units they attempted during two consecutive semesters would be at risk of losing
CSPAN
Jan 14, 2014 7:00am EST
says brings hardliners and tramples on uranium enrichment rights. russia, meanwhile, has the night a visa to a journalist for the , sayingded radio free that he is undesirable. he said it represented a right of free speech. this is the first time russia not allowed aas journalist since the cold war. he is a former correspondent with "the financial times," and the author of three books on russia and the soviet union. he was told on christmas day that he had been banned from the country. secretary of state john kerry is headed to the vatican, but he is not expected to meet with pope francis. he will meet with the papal diplomat to discuss the middle east. secretary john kerry is the first catholic secretary of state to have meetings in the vatican. bring hearings directly to you, offering gavel- to-gavel coverage of the u.s. house. we are c-span, created by the cable tv industry dirty five years ago and funded by your local cable -- 35 years ago and funded by your local cable and satellite provider. >> as the president for stated in march and reemphasized theday night, the goal of un
RT
Jan 14, 2014 6:29am EST
epic journey around russia and beyond. where i'd love to go. put it on your arm in a largish college face i sometimes feel about. pleasure to have you with us here on t.v. today i'm. researcher. in the internet age most people get their information about pretty much everything from a little website called wikipedia in fact repeat is the six most visited site in the world dominating nearly every google search and clocking in at about three billion views just on mobile devices every month last year i found out that there was a thorough article about me on the site shortly thereafter was completely removed a few months later the entry was recreated by another user i thought it was pretty cool that the people who watch the break in this i could find out more about me on the show through the online encyclopedia but last night someone brought to my attention that the website had deleted my entire entry for the second time on the blog descending democrat an article called abby martin banned from wikipedia so as quote the super editors that would have determined that abby martin the lacks th
RT
Jan 14, 2014 6:00am EST
no one else for the west to deal with meanwhile the top diplomats of russia and the united states along with the u.n. special envoy to syria of man to hammer out a roadmap for the peace talks at the meeting in paris agreed that the three year civil war cannot be resolved through military means and they also blame both the rebels and the regime for the atrocities committed in syria but on the issue of whether to include iran in the geneva peace talks next week washington send. mixed signals. we would welcome brown's participation if iran is coming to participate for the purposes of the conference but iran has yet to state whether or not it supports implementing the geneva one communique which calls for nothing more than the mutual consent of the parties to a transitional governing process to make peace and we ask around i invite around today to join the community of nations the thirty nations that are already prepared to come and be a constructive partner for peace that's the invitation he was simply stating that there are ways aronne could show the world that they want to see a po
CNN
Jan 14, 2014 3:00am PST
courtroom in cairo. >>> first ex-pulls of an american journalist living in russia. former financial times correspondent david -- for radio free europe. he's also written three nonfiction books about russia. they said no explanation was given for satter's education pulgs. >>> and then there's this. the worm back on u.s. soil this morning. dennis rodman arrived in newark last night at the airport there. the former nba star apologized again for what's going on in north korea, but said he did nothing wrong by organizing a basketball game in pyongyan. this followed another apology for his outburst right here on "new day." we heard from kenny anderson last night saying they really regret the fact they did not do their homework before they went. >> part their fault, part something else. all the i tension on the -- attention on the matter was okay if only to give attention token net bae. >>> unless i'm wrong, and that happens a lot, didn't you say it was going to be cold? did we know it was going to be nicer today in. >> i said colder a little bit each day. we're going to have to do playback for
Al Jazeera
Jan 14, 2014 6:00am EST
chased brazil, russia, india and china. a recent report highlights a new group of emerging markets, but as david shuster reports, it may be a bumpy ride for car companies, especially the american big three. >> as auto sales in brick nations stalled, the next emerging market appears to be those boasting a combined population of 1.2 billion people and sales today of 10 million cars a year. expectations of economic growth mean sales could reach $14.5 million by 2020. winning the race to these new consumers will not come without steep that challenges for sum automakers. many of these new markets already have established players. >> the governments in smaller companies tend to favor local car makers, or big carmakers to got in there fast and have relationships with the government. >> in north africa, french carmakers dominate and in southeast asia, japanese car companies control 60% of the market share. regional leader toyota has built production facilities in male alicia and thailand, helping to keep supply costs down. >> toyota has five or six different brands and taken that multi-bra
MSNBC
Jan 14, 2014 3:00am PST
. and now the olympics in russia, barack obama -- what is that? >> don't forget dennis rodman. >> oh, my lord. >> hoops diplomacy. >> and now over to russia and now russia what barack obama is doing by sending billie jean king to lead the delegation. >> and he came out saying he needed to raise his voice and be a part of that delegation and interesting to see if other members of that delegation join in. >> yeah. >> come out. >> i know what you mean. >> i was hearing that -- maybe this is in the book too but our brains would be much better off if we all played ping-pong. that hand/eye coordination will help us with our memories in later age. >> it's true. there are a few papers talking about how if you want to stay mentally fit into your old age, ping-pong is a good way to do it. >> really? >> are you good? >> no, i'm not. >> you wrote this book? i think you might want to practice. joe, you keep playing, okay? >> i play some. mike barnicle, mike is in trouble. >> mike hates ping-pong. >> i never met anybody that hate it. >> this explains henry kissinger why he is spry to this day. all
RT
Jan 14, 2014 5:29am EST
james brown for an elemental and a big journey around russia and beyond. whereby . we speak your language not a day of. news programs and documentaries in spanish matters to you breaking news a little turn to angles keaton's stories. are you here. to try to all teach spanish find out more visit i to allahabad. we met the local representatives of greenpeace they have been monitoring the activities regarding golden rice with a skeptical eye and are familiar with the exact locations of the golden rice fields . a group of observers operating in secret has already checked out the area you're going to be. able to get. hold of. your years. earlier that's weird looking. just for good or for bait spends your sense for. the sun in the streets. of the city. will greenpeace be able to get us there why do you bring us there so that somebody would know that means that the debates about the safety and he said don't go that they should be made much more on. the experimental rice field is on the premises so phil rice the national rice research institute they feel rice and eery have collaborated c
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